Senior Services pays homage to older adults, people with disabilities
As of May 1, Senior Services of Snohomish County, a non-profit organization connecting vulnerable older adults and people with disabilities to vital programs and resources, announced that after 43 years they are refreshing and modernizing their brand to Homage Senior Services.
“The name ‘Homage’ more accurately aligns with our values and mission to those we serve,” Steve McGraw CEO Homage Senior Services, said.
“Honoring our older community members, valuing their life’s contributions, and now providing caring help when they need it is core to what this organization stands for in our community.”
The organization’s leaders decided to select a new name that was bold, inclusive and best represented the broad population of older adults, people with disabilities and those who care for them who depend on the programs and services that keep people living independently.
Homage’s staff and volunteers offer services in the following core program areas:
• Health & Wellness
• Food & Nutrition
• Home Modifications
• Social Services
Check their website at SSSC.org for further information on programs, news and events as well as volunteer and donation opportunities.
Established in 1974, Homage Senior Services is the largest non-profit serving seniors, people with disabilities and those who care for them in Snohomish County.
Their mission is “to promote independence, preserve dignity, and enhance the quality of life through the provision of services for older adults and people with disabilities.”